Jimmy Fallon Films Show During Hurricane Sandy Without Live Studio Audience
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With many shows shuttering production yesterday, one show did go on and that was other than Late Night With Jimmy Fallon!
Jimmy Fallon indicated, "We sent our audience home so they could be safe and warm, but we're here."
As Hurricane Sandy geared up to exert its strength and NYC shut down all of its mass transit, Jimmy went outside the Rockefeller Center studios to record his show.
Then after doing his monologue inside to an empty theater, he indicated they got some really good guests for the night! Guests include SNL's Seth Meyers, Top Chef's Padma Lakshmi and Forrest Gump and Flight director, Robert Zemeckis.
As he looked into the camera, Jimmy quipped, "You are the audience. Imagine the laughter, imagine the fun."
Check out the clip over at NBC!
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